The women of Earth Rated
In the spirit of International Women’s Day, we felt it would be fitting to celebrate the amazing women that make up over half of our team. Meet just a few of them, below, as they tell us what they like most about Earth Rated.
The people behind the faces!
Monica – Co-Founder
“Earth Rated is always listening. No matter how small the feedback, we take everything into consideration and try to improve our products.
Favourite emoji: 😂 😊 I couldn’t choose
Big dogs or small dogs: Does medium count?
Carolina – Social Media Coordinator
“Earth Rated is a brand that cares. From our customers, to causes, to our team – they make everyone feel like they matter… because they do.”
Favourite emoji: 😬 + all the animal emoji’s
Big dogs or small dogs: ALL the dogs.
Tara – VP Global Experience
“Earth Rated is a brand that gives back, and has always been supportive our ideas of like ‘hey let’s make 3,000 blankets and only send them to shelters’. The answer is ‘let’s do it!’”.
Favourite emoji: 🤷 (mostly for sarcasm)
Big dogs or small dogs: Big, small, medium, XS, XL… you see where I’m going.
Vanessa – Internal Applications & Training Specialist
“What I love most about Earth Rated is our dedication to 100% customer satisfaction.”
Favourite emoji: 💃
Big dogs or small dogs: Big dogs
Kerry – Senior Brand Manager
“Giving back to rescues and promoting adoption is what I love most about Earth Rated.”
Favourite emoji: 🤣
Big dogs or small dogs: Big dogs, please!
Heather – Head of Amazon
“What I like most about Earth Rated is the genuine drive behind each member of the team. Everyone works hard to make sure our customers have a great experience.”
Favourite emoji: 🙄 🔥 💯 🐙
Big dogs or small dogs: Big dogs with slobby jowls that I can squish.
At Earth Rated, we’re a close-knit group of people with amazing women represented across all departments. Every day, our team works hard to bring our customers the best experience possible, and for this, we’re very grateful.
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